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Ports & Canals
From historic shipbuilding yards on the Clyde and bustling UK ports to peaceful canalsides.

One of the numerous cast iron clad bridges crossing the canal.

Bridgewater Canal

The Bridgewater Canal at Worsley. The historic Worlsey Packet House can be seen in the backgroundThe steps of Worsley Packet House leading down to the canalMiles upon miles of towpath run along the banks of the canal

Seen by some as Britain’s first ever canal the Bridgewater played a key role in Manchester’s industrial past linking the coal mines of Worsley with the factories in Manchester.Today the canal caters for leisure cruisers and offers a variety of scenes

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Central Docks, Liverpool

The central docks are a popular option for people looking for a temporary site near Liverpool's City CentreThe Central Docks (outlined in red) sit next to Stanley Docks and the famous Stanley Dock Tobacco WarehouseThe old docks with Seaforth Wind Farm in the background

A popular choice for Hollywood filmmakers, The Central Docks at Liverpool offer the chance to go back in time.

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East Float, Birkenhead

An aerial view of the East Float, BirkenheadA site awaiting development sits infront of one of the former giant warehouses, which are now residential apartmentsA giant warehouse sits on the quayside, with  the outline of Birkenhead's famous Central Hydraulic Tower visible to the right

The East Float was one half of the Great Float at Birkenhead. The area has a mixture of historic structures and modern buildings in addition to large areas of land on the waterfront.

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Manchester Ship Canal

The Ship Canal at Easham, where it joins up the River Mersey before continuing the journey to the North SeaThe canal has a variety of backdrops along its lengthThe locks at Latchhford looking out towards the old railway viaduct

The 36 mile long Manchester Ship Canal links Manchester to the sea and played a key role in city's industrialisation. The canal passes through a range of scenery before arriving at Eastham and joining the River Mersey

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